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Frankfurt am Main, 21.03.2022 12:00:00

Just over a week ago, Frankfurt School launched its Hardship Fund. Its aim is to finance the living expenses of students who have to flee war and take up or continue their studies at Frankfurt School. These students will also receive a full scholarship.

The Frankfurt School community has supported the fund in an impressive way right from the very beginning – after only one week, the donation volume has exceeded 10,000 euro. Among the donors are many employees, alumni and students as well as their families.

For Professor Nils Stieglitz, President of Frankfurt School, the generous support is one of the finest proofs that Frankfurt School lives the idea of being a strong community: "With your donation to our Hardship Fund, you, the donors, are providing substantial help. I would like to thank you personally and on behalf of Frankfurt School. At the same time, I would like to take this opportunity to point out that our Hardship Fund is dependent on further donations in order to be able to support many students."

Hardship Fund and full scholarships

Frankfurt School offers scholarships with a full tuition waiver to eligible undergraduate, graduate and PhD students, who are fleeing war in their home countries and want to study with us. These students need financial support to cover their living expenses, and so we established the Frankfurt School Hardship Fund. Please join us in our effort and donate now.